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PHOTOS: World-Famous Jungle Cruise Sign Updated AGAIN at Magic Kingdom

It’s the amazing, the stupendous, the world-famous Jungle Cruise! And now their attraction sign proudly proclaims their fame with updated verbiage and a decorative border.

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But before we take a look at the new sign, let’s travel down memory lane to see the changes that have come so far.

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In July, the attraction sign for Jungle Cruise in Adventureland at the Magic Kingdom was updated. The mask and spears of the previous iteration of the sign, seen above, were removed and the faded wood look was replaced with a vibrant green, seen below. The mask and spears were replaced with the Jungle Navigation Company logo in a ship’s wheel and crossed oars.

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The day after repainting, “World-Famous” and “Tours” were added around “Jungle Cruise,” seen below. This green color scheme lasted for roughly a month.

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Then last week, the sign was repainted in a lighter version of distressed wood again. Today while heading up river, we noticed the sign had added embellishments and the additional verbiage to read “World-Famous Jungle Cruise Tours” again, as seen below in the photos taken this morning.

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Do you like the World-Famous Jungle Cruise sign as it looks today? Let us know in the comments below.

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mis
mis
3 months ago

and when some woke imbecile becomes offended again, they will have to change everything again.

Taylor
Taylor
3 months ago
Reply to  mis

Agreed. Some must have said that the green and red version reminded them of Christmas… which is offensive.

Steph
Steph
3 months ago
Reply to  Taylor

I was wondering whether they were trying a Christmas motif out and will repaint it during the holidays

Edmund
Edmund
3 months ago

Such an odd thing to be updating, re-updating, and re-re-updating. I wonder if it’s the Disney version of “measure once, cuss twice” rule.